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Thus, the fight over gold and silver as media of exchange is about more than mere money, let alone making money. For it is a fight with only two possible outcomes: either control of their own lives by the people themselves, or control of the people and their lives by political and economic elitists. - Dr. Edwin Vieira Canadian Energy Trusts Look Cheap Reading time: 4 – 6 minutes The deflationary credit contraction has significantly strengthened over the past year and most analysts are beginning to accept the condition.  Holders of capital are seeking safety and liquidity for their capital.  Many have been selling most of ...
(ROC) refers to payments back to "capital owners" (shareholders, partners, unitholders) that exceed the growth (net income/taxable income) of a business. It should not be confused with return on capital which measures a 'rate of return'. The ROC effectively shrinks the firm's equity in the same way that all distributions do. It is a transfer of value from the company to the owner. In an efficient market, the stock's price will fall by an amount equal to the distribution. Most public companies pay out only a percentage of their income as dividends. In some industries it is common to pay ROC. Real ...
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Brendan DeMelle | Squadron of Oil Industry Executives on Fraser ...
has a knack for providing excellent PR and advocacy services for the oil industry in Canada.  That might be because they practically are the oil industry.  Out of 47 directors, 9 can be clearly linked to the oil, gas and coal industries.  Since Canadian oil companies extract dirty tar sands , which have a much larger environmental impact and carbon footprint than run-of-the-mill dirty oil, the industry relies on top-notch spin to massage its image in the public eye.  Here are some of the oil celebrities riding Fraser’s anti-regulation bandwagon: William (Bill) Siebens founded Siebens Oil and Gas Ltd in ... market research, surveys and trends
thegreenjournal.ca | ARC Energy Trust and Storm Exploration Inc ...
ARC Energy Trust (the "Trust" or "ARC") (TSX:AET.UN) and Storm Exploration Inc. ("Storm") (TSX:SEO) announced today that they have entered into an Arrangement Agreement whereby ARC will acquire all of the existing and outstanding common shares of Storm in a transaction valued at approximately $680 million (using ARC's 30 day weighted average unit price of $20.75), and includes the issuance of approximately 28.4 million ARC units (including the issuance of exchangeable shares of ARC Resources Ltd., that may be exchanged for ARC units) plus the assumption of approximately $90 million of total ... market research, surveys and trends

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My 1st Million At 33 – yes, you can do it too » Blog Archive ...
Here is probably the standard list of dividend stocks that pays 4.0% or above that you may find from other sites. The table is based on Jun 16, 2006 Friday’s closing price, using the last paid dividend projected forward for one year which is the way Yahoo display the dividend yields in the basic information. By the way, this list is mostly from Dow Jones Industrial 30: I don’t know about you, but when I look at this short list, I almost feel depressed by the low yield. In fact, out of all these stocks, I would probably only suggest buying VZ, PFE, and just maybe MO (if you don’t care about the ethical ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
An Integral Component of the - Canadian Energy Trusts
Oil and gas royalty trusts have a sustainability mandate. ...... be approximately 25 percent per year which means roughly 1.3 million barrels ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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ARC Energy Trust announces July 15, 2010 cash distribution amount
TSX) ARC Energy Trust (the "Trust" or "ARC") announces that the cash distribution to be paid on July 15, 2010, in respect of the June 2010 production, for unitholders of record on June 30, 2010, will be $0.10 per trust unit. The ex-distribution date is June 28, 2010. As at June 16, 2010 the Trust's trailing twelve-month cash distributions, including the June 15, 2010 payment, total $1.20 per trust unit. ARC Energy Trust is one of Canada's largest conventional oil and gas royalty trusts with an enterprise value of approximately $6.1 billion. The Trust expects 2010 oil and gas production to average ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
GlobalData: Oil and Gas Canadian Royalty Trusts - 2010 on reports-research.com
(openPR) - GlobalData’s report Oil and Gas Canadian Royalty Trusts – Financial & Operational Fundamental Analysis and Benchmarking – 2010 provides analysis on the financial and Operational parameters of the Oil and Gas Canadian Royalty Trusts. The report analyses the performance of companies based on indicators such as reserves & production, capital expenditure, costs, acreage, performance metrics, results of oil & gas operations and valuation metrics. It helps in spotting strengths and weaknesses of the oil and gas Canadian royalty trusts. Oil and Gas Canadian Royalty Trusts– Financial & Operational Fundamental Analysis and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Comment Letter on File No. S7-29-07
Feb 14, 2008 ... There are many public oil and gas royalty trusts whose shareholder distributions depend directly on the net cash flows from oil ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Codification of Staff Accounting Bulletins: Topic 12: Oil and Gas ...
Rule 4-10 of Regulation S-X contains definitions of possible reserves, probable reserves, and proved and developed oil and gas reserves to be used in determining quantities of oil and gas reserves to be reported in filings with the Commission. Question : What pressure base should be used for reporting gas and production, 14.73 psia or the pressure base specified by the state? Interpretive Response : The reporting instructions to the Department of Energy’s Form EIA-28 specify that natural gas reserves are to be reported at 14.73 psia and 60 degrees F. There is no pressure base specified in Regulation S-X or S-K. At the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Encyclopedia of Alabama: Oil and Gas Industry in Alabama
Alabama is among the top 10 producers of oil and among the top 15 producers of natural gas in the United States. Oil and gas are found in a number of counties as well as in Mobile Bay. The state has developed some of the most stringent environmental regulations regarding drilling in its offshore waters . Currently, the state produces almost $2.5 billion worth of oil and gas annually, and $500 million of those revenues are returned to the citizens of Alabama in taxes, royalties, and trusts for use in education and other state programs. Geology of Oil and Natural Gas   Oil in Alabama generally occurs in the ...
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Canadian Stocks: Partnership and trust units, gas royalty ...
I'm striving to learn more about the risk and benefits of investing in partnership or trust units:More specifically how to evaluate such investments.  I have searched unsuccessfully for reading materials on this subject. It's my understanding that S&P has or is about to launch a comparative index ffor trust units. Your help with this will be gratefully appreciated.   Answer This is a very good question. I am glad you are investigating the risks involved in trust units, as they tend to be substantially more risky than most investors realize. Too many people jump in when they see the large yields, only to be ...
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A stop can help you minimize your risk so you don't loose everything, but you can still loose a percentage with a stop. If you fear risk then start small and safe with physical gold/silver or a cd account. While you are doing this study the markets, learn the trends then when you are ready, buy a mutual fund then stocks. You can make a killing or be killed. If you start safe and learn as much as you can then you will be more successful. Sign in to vote! 0 Rating: Good Answer 0 Rating: Bad Answer Report Abuse Answerer 2 get more details ; open the third & sixth link on: www.all-investing-money.co.cc Sign in to vote! 0